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RICHMOND, Va. — Eat It, Virginia! with Scott and Robey is a podcast driven by food. We discuss Richmond restaurants and food events, answer your most pressing food-related questions, and share listener-submitted dining suggestions. Email the show here.

In our debut episode we start with some Virginia food news headlines and try to determine who serves the best margaritas in town. We also discuss the ups and downs of healthy eating in Richmond.

For our main course we check in with sommelier Booth Hardy (Barrel Thief Wine Shop and Cafe) who suggests this week’s perfect podcast pairing for our special guest Mike Lindsey.

Lindsey, the Executive Chef and Director of Culinary Operations at Eat Restaurant Partners, talks about how he rose to run the kitchens in some of Richmond most lauded restaurants.

Robey interviews Executive Chef Mike Lindsey

Stick around for after dinner drinks when Robey does her best to embarrass Scott by exposing his lack of restaurant knowledge. Then we dip into the mailbag and answer some of Richmond’s most pressing restaurant questions. We cap off the episode with Robey’s rant. This episode’s target — celery juice.

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Episodes should drop every other Monday (starting Monday, February 11). That’s right, we’re Aquarius.

You can also stream or download the “Eat It, Virginia!” podcast on:

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